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I have a silhouette Cameo and may be able to help you out. What would you like to know?
Thanks Sandy - How do you mainly use your Cameo? I've watched pretty much all the videos on the Silhouette site and although quilting is touched on, they never really show you how it works with fabric.
I've been considering AccuQuilt and I'm having a hard time comparing the two - for quilting mainly right now. Is there anything you can tell me about using the Cameo for quilting?
I've used mine for paper crafts so far but I've heard great things about using for cutting multiple, small pieces of fabric and for more detailed applique shapes. For the fabric, I've seen a couple of different ways to do it. One is with freezer paper and the other is with good old spray starch. I personally am interested in trying it with the starch.
Anyone have recommendations on which process they like better?
Hi, I really interested in this for quilting. I wish I had a memory, but I read reviews of many of this type of cutting machine it was in one of my quilting mags. I have the Go AccuQuilt and have only done a couple of try's. Didn't like the turning the wheel it slid everywhere and hurt my shoulders( I'm a puny ). I would look at the electric one they have now. But the article I read this Cameo and Brother machines seemed to be most versatile. The Cameo also has a 15 in. machine also and is hundred more too. But way cool. This seems like a pretty good deal I'm still pondering.
I'm interested in the Cameo. How does it interface with my embroidery designs in my software to cut out applique shapes? Suzanne